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6. Dinitrog en tetraoxide (N,0) decomposes spontaneously at room temperature in the gas phase: N204 (g) → 2NO2(g) The rate law governing the disappearance of N,0, with time is -AN,OA- IN,O] At 30°C, k = 5.1 x 106 s- and the activation energy for the reaction is 54.0 kJ/mol. a. Calculate the time (in seconds) required for the partial pressure of N204(g) to decrease from 0.10 atm to 0.010 atm at 30°C. b. Repeat the calculation of part a) at 300°C
Draw an energy coordinate diagram for the reaction: The activation energy for the forward reaction is 7.1 kJ/mol and for the reverse reaction is 100.0 kJ/mol. 9. NO(g) + NO,(g)_ 2 NO2(g) Is the reaction endothermic or exothermic? b. What is the AH of this reaction? c. Label the reactants, the products,E.(forward), E.(reverse), and the AH of reaction. d. What is the value of the Ea(reverse)? a.
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